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The Pratt Institute Libraries Present the Exhibition

Anna Banana: 45 Years of Fooling Around with A. Banana

Organized by the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and Open Space

at the Brooklyn Campus Library

February 1 - April 1, 2016

 

About A. Banana

A distinctive voice in the fields of conceptual, performance and mail-art, Anna Banana is a pioneer of participatory art practices. Born in Victoria, British Columbia in 1940, she began her career as a textile artist in the 1960s. However, driven by a desire to have more direct interaction with viewers, in 1971, she declared herself the city’s Town Fool, organizing a variety of events aimed at engaging the public in creative endeavours. Read more about Banana and the exhibit here.

  


 

Exhibit Catalog

Cover Art
Anna Banana: 45 Years of Fooling Around with A. Banana - edited by Michelle Jacques
ISBN: 9781927958292
Publication Date: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 2015

 

Books at the Library


Cover Art
Networked Art - Craig J. Saper
ISBN: 9780816637072
Publication Date: University of Minnesota Press, ©2001


  


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